The Thailand Garment Manufacturers Association expressed worries Tuesday about repercussions to the industry after the head of Thailand’s Army declared martial law upon a nation besieged by six months of political turmoil.
This move comes after antigovernment protesters held frequent demonstrations on the streets of Bangkok since November to demand the ouster of its prime minister, Yingluck Shinawatra. She was officially removed by the Constitutional Council from her position on May 7, but antigovernment protesters were not satisfied as the caretaker prime minister was also from the ruling party.
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